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Neil Yaun prides himself on knowing a little about everything, despite no formal college education. He is self-educated, with a love of Chinese culture focused on their history and traditions. Growing disillusioned with the direction America is taking and his negative experiences with American women he is seeking a new path in China. He plans to teach English in China. This blog is about the journey to China and all the pitfalls along the way.
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Unleash Your Inner Panda!!!    

By Neil Yaun
2278 Views | 1 Comments | 6/2/2010 11:00:32 PM

Ahhh, what a soothing lullaby.

Ever since Jack Black immortalized the smart mouthed Po in Kung-fu panda I’ve been compared to this character. I’ve even had my closest friends call me the Kung-fu Panda. Now, some would be offended by this, but I see it as a compliment. Why would I be happy about being called a fat furry animal? Well to be honest, I am a fat furry animal, and I’ve been called worse things that are nowhere near as cute as a panda. It also helps that panda’s are a national treasure in China.

They are the gentle giants of the animal kingdom, with laid back personalities and a healthy appetite for bamboo which has as much nutritional value for them as the fast food I consume. I can relate to the panda, he doesn’t want to cause trouble and as long as you leave him alone he is content to live in peace and is often seen lounging about enjoying his day relaxing. If you anger him though, he’ll teach you a lesson in panda style kung-fu that you’ll never forget. I don’t know of anyone who is willing take on a full grown panda.

I once saw a video of a panda that grabbed a guy and tried to pull him into his cage the hard way… through the bars. So, the noble panda shares many qualities with me. He has a peaceful, calm demeanor, but he doesn’t take crap from anyone. Just like me, who is probably the nicest person you will ever meet until you have wronged me. I think I sense the question brewing? So what does this have to do with anything?

Well, my friends, it is a lesson in wisdom to find our inner-selves. In most Native American cultures they believe that we all have animal spirits within us and they influence our daily personalities and even our futures. The Native Americans had wisdom about their internal nature that we are only just now beginning to recognize again. So, what is your inner self? Is he the cunning wolf, or the playful fox? Are you connected with the birds of the air or the fish of the sea? It is who you are inside that truly will determine what relationship you will share with your partner. So my point is to know thyself.

Understand what you are wanting from a Chinese woman and what you are willing to sacrifice for your significant other. It is the personality of that animal within that will guide you to find that perfect mate. In the wild, an animal will only partner with the animal that fits what nature dictates as the perfect mate, but this is not so different from a woman or a man who has strict standards as the criteria for their mate.

They may not want the smartest, the most handsome, or the strongest, but they want the mate that fits them best. So we should be honest with everyone and show the best of ourselves. We have to show who we really are, whether that is the mighty dragon or the loveable panda.

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#2010-06-05 18:21:55 by panda2009 @panda2009

Panda has read it. I will keep writing my blogs, show a real "panda".

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